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‘Levels of electronic integration within textiles’ chart: A visual categorization system to allow collaboration between engineers, computer scientists, and textile designers to produce industrially-feasible electronic textiles

‘Levels of electronic integration within textiles’ chart: A visual categorization system to allow collaboration between engineers, computer scientists, and textile designers to produce industrially-feasible electronic textiles
‘Levels of electronic integration within textiles’ chart: A visual categorization system to allow collaboration between engineers, computer scientists, and textile designers to produce industrially-feasible electronic textiles
The state of the art in electronic textile (e-textile) research are not currently commercially viable/industrially feasible due to technical challenges around the architecture (reliability of exposed electronics, lack of flexibility), data security and production equipment. Hence, it is important for engineers, computer scientists, and textile designers in this field to have a universal understanding whilst collaborating to develop e-textile products. To simplify this, this paper introduces an ongoing design of a novel categorization chart that measures the extent of electronic integration within textiles. This chart can indicate how textiles’ level of electronic integration impacts the its degree of computational intelligence, necessary security, commercial viability and industrial compatibility
Ojuroye, Olivia
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Torah, Russel
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Beeby, Stephen
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Ojuroye, Olivia
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Torah, Russel
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Beeby, Stephen
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Ojuroye, Olivia (2017) ‘Levels of electronic integration within textiles’ chart: A visual categorization system to allow collaboration between engineers, computer scientists, and textile designers to produce industrially-feasible electronic textiles. Torah, Russel and Beeby, Stephen (eds.) ACM WomENcourage: Celebration of Women in Computing, Barcelona, Spain. 06 - 08 Sep 2017.

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Abstract

The state of the art in electronic textile (e-textile) research are not currently commercially viable/industrially feasible due to technical challenges around the architecture (reliability of exposed electronics, lack of flexibility), data security and production equipment. Hence, it is important for engineers, computer scientists, and textile designers in this field to have a universal understanding whilst collaborating to develop e-textile products. To simplify this, this paper introduces an ongoing design of a novel categorization chart that measures the extent of electronic integration within textiles. This chart can indicate how textiles’ level of electronic integration impacts the its degree of computational intelligence, necessary security, commercial viability and industrial compatibility

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Published date: July 2017
Venue - Dates: ACM WomENcourage: Celebration of Women in Computing, Barcelona, Spain, 2017-09-06 - 2017-09-08

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Local EPrints ID: 429419
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/429419
PURE UUID: edeb8928-a4f4-4ffc-8b93-a4f1bd270475
ORCID for Russel Torah: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-5598-2860
ORCID for Stephen Beeby: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-0800-1759

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Date deposited: 27 Mar 2019 17:30
Last modified: 28 Mar 2019 01:37

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Author: Olivia Ojuroye
Editor: Russel Torah ORCID iD
Editor: Stephen Beeby ORCID iD

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